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By Mike Florio

The Dolphins aren’t the only playoff team that found itself under NFL scrutiny as a result of a potential violation of the concussion protocol. Per a league source, the handling of Chiefs receiver Chris Conley’s concussion evaluation currently is being reviewed by the NFL Players Association. It’s unclear whether the NFL is also investigating the…
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By Josh Alper

The Chiefs used the franchise tag to hold onto safety Eric Berry for the 2016 season, which means that Berry is again headed toward possible free agency this offseason. That can change if he and the team can agree on a long-term deal, something Berry said he’d like to see happen and is already under…
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By Chiefs4life24

Chiefs lose WR coach David Culley to Bills, have potential replacement lined up

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by Joel Thorman@ArrowheadPride Jan 24, 2017, 6:59am CST

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A week ago it was reported that the Buffalo Bills will be interviewing Chiefs WR coach David Culley for a job. I didn’t believe it or thought it was a bad rumor because Culley was with Andy Reid for his entire tenure in Philly and came to KC with him.
Turns out, it’s true. Culley is leaving Read more…

By Josh Alper

The Colts kicked off their search for a new General Manager by firing Ryan Grigson last weekend and the list of candidates they’re putting together will look familiar to anyone who has been keeping an eye on the 49ers’ search. Tom Pelissero of USA Today reports that the team has requested permission to interview Chiefs…
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By Darin Gantt

Greg Lewis wasn’t out of work long. The former Eagles wide receivers coach, who was fired this offseason, has landed a job with the Chiefs, according to Alex Marvez of the Sporting News. The link is a natural one, since Lewis played six years for Chiefs coach Andy Reid in Philadelphia, after making the team…
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By Darin Gantt

The Jets added another wide receiver with some return experience. The team announced they had signed former Chiefs wideout Frankie Hammond to a future contract. Hammond spent two years on the Chiefs’ active roster and last year on the practice squad. He averaged 10.9 yards per punt return, and gives them another option behind a…
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